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will give you the last word. your sense of the future of chinese-u.s. relations, now that jon huntsman is in the race, we will not know what will happen with a republic abomination. my sense is that china will be higher up, whatever that means on the political agenda, over the next couple of years as we move towards the race to the white house. >> things will be very choppy. there are a bunch of people in washington and beijing doing their utmost best to make sure it does not get out of control. we will have a lot of mistrust, statements, some politically motivated -- >tavis: anti-china rhetoric. >> we should take a look at that. they are feeling that they now have the right to say something. tavis: john chan, a one to thank you for coming on. janet, it was good to have you one as well. i enjoyed my trip there as well. i have enjoyed this week of shows and our all-star panel tonight. that is our show tonight on china. see you next time on pbs. until then, good night, los angeles. as always, keep the faith. >> for more information on today's show, visits tavis smiley at pbs.org. tavis:
-rights. >>> mime republican jon huntsman led a motorcycle ride through the salt lake valley this weekend. huntsman is focusing his early efforts on new hampshire. the former ambassador to china is touting his fiscal conservatism credentials. >>> democrats and republicans seemed to agree that the debt limit needs to be raised, but there was not much common ground about issues surrounding the federal budget ability the us economy. >> every leader sitting down with the president said we cannot default on america's debt. if we call into question the full faith and credit of the united states for the first time in your history, interest rates will go up and this recession will get worse. >> i don't have any confidence that anything that republican or democratic leaders is going to lead to the solutions. ill am looking for a win-win and a way to raise the debt ceil and we need to, but we need to address fundamentally what got us into debt. >> one issue now being discussed involves a balanced budget amendment to the us constitution. >>> memorial may be the final day of the minnesota's government shut
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